COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

Updated 24 March, 2020

At Coopers Stadium, the health and wellbeing of our guests and team members remains our top priority. We are continuing to actively monitor the situation regarding COVID-19 and are following the advice and guidelines issued by SA Health, the Australian Department of Health and the World Health Organisation. This includes the Federal Government’s ban on non-essential outdoor mass gatherings for groups of more than 500 people, and indoor mass gatherings for groups of more than 100 people until further notice.

Please note for any guests travelling to South Australia, our State Government has taken unprecedented action in response to COVID-19 requiring all people entering South Australia to isolate for 14-days from their arrival.

We recognise that COVID-19 remains a developing situation across our country and will continue to share updates here as they become available.

Preventative measures at Coopers Stadium

To address concerns regarding the potential spread of COVID-19, we have heightened our already stringent cleaning processes and implemented a series of additional precautionary measures, which will be in place for the foreseeable future. These include:

  • Increased frequency and intensity of cleaning measures throughout the venue with a specific focus on high volume touchpoints, such as door handles, banister rails, bathrooms etc.
  • An increased volume of portable hand sanitisers have been placed throughout the venue.
  • Signage has been displayed throughout the venue reinforcing good hygiene, including guidance on effective hand washing along with coughing etiquette. This includes all staff areas
  • Strict maintenance of our ISO and HACCP food safety management standards.

We encourage all guests to stay up-to-date on the latest advice regarding COVID-19, and if they experience or develop any flu-like symptoms to self-isolate and seek medical advice. 

Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Update

Football Federation Australia announced on 24 March that it has postponed the final rounds of the Hyundai A-League 2019/20 season effective immediately. This decision is the latest in a series of measures introduced by the FFA in response to the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and comes with the unamimous support of all Hyundai A-League clubs. FFA will review the situation over the coming weeks with a further formal status assessment now scheduled for April 22. (Read more)

Further information and relevant links

For information & updates regarding events at Coopers Stadium please monitor our website or follow us on social media. 

The latest advice regarding COVID-19 can be found via the following links:

World Health Organisation

Australian Government Department of Health

SA Health – Government of South Australia

Tourism Australia